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This program was designed to educate an audience that is willing to change and walk into or explore the benefits of a dramatically new kind of leadership path.
All Washed Up takes viewers on a journey to better understand what it takes to get people to change their behaviour, especially when it's difficult.
A changing economy brings the challenges of innovation to every organization. This new video brings a sense of optimism and energy that will enable you to 'do more with less'. Introduce your team to the 8 Secrets of a Brainstorming Session and help them kick off any team meeting with a sense of urgency and optimistic enthusiasm.
This program looks at change from an individual's point of view - helping them to understand their own thoughts, feelings and behaviour. It shows that through a greater understanding of ourselves and those we work with it's possible to develop the ability to cope with change and make it work for us.
Available in French.
This program was created to stimulate conversation. You'll be introduced to individuals who not only talk about how they like to deal with change, but are actually forced to put those thoughts into action.
Conflict is inevitable in the workplace – because of a diverse workforce, constant change, stress from doing more with less, confusion over responsibilities, and miscommunication. This program will teach your employees how to recognize signs of conflict and how to resolve situations.
Simple Truths for Life's Complexities
Use this Telly Award Winner with your team to generate richer discussions about what matters most. And it will help viewers better handle everyday challenges in life and at work.
A Grander Goal is a profound look at the power of character from Dr. Stephen Covey, founder and chair of the Covey Leadership Center and author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
This video series is filled with wall-to-wall laughs and effective techniques on how to deal with problems, difficulties, and stress.
Joel Barker is one of the best known futurists in the world. In his latest program he shows us that the future is not something that happens to you, but rather something that you create. Through stories and examples, learn how to combine your ideas with the ideas of others as you meet at the Verge.